Beautifully, Wonderfully Made

This is a touching beautiful story.  Posie, who wrote it, is the grandmother.   Fearfully Wonderfully Made

Blessed by Melissa

by PATRICIA M. DEVLIN When I was collecting stories for the Amazing Grace for Survivors book, I came across this heart warming story by a friend of a friend who was born blind.

I suppose Melissa would be called a child in a PVS state these days. About fifty years ago, a professional …read more|en savoir plus

Superheroes and peanuts

By Leah Smith,, January 20, 2012 On January 1, 1978, I got a birthday.  And, to make it all the more exciting: I was born to a young girl who is a hero (a real, true blue super hero, actually). Only months before, my 16 year old birth mom had been counselled and …read more|en savoir plus

Five Male Celebrities Who Are Pro-Life on Abortion

by Kristen Walker 12/21/11 Recently I wrote about five male celebrities I boycott for their pro-abortion views. Today, I’ll tell you about five famous men whose careers I can feel good about supporting, because they believe in and profess the sanctity of life. Keep in mind I may disagree with them on other issues. But …read more|en savoir plus

Cancer-stricken teen mother dies to give her baby life

by Ben Johnson, Dec 31, 2011 An Idaho teenager diagnosed with cancer died last month after refusing to abort her unborn child or expose him to radiation. Jenni and her baby while the father Nathan leans over to kiss Jenni on forehead Jenni Lake, 17, of Pocatello, Idaho, was diagnosed with cancer in October 2010 after …read more|en savoir plus

Batman star Christian Bale roughed up while trying to visit China pro-life activist

by Patrick B. Craine, Dec 16, 2011 DONGSHIGU VILLAGE, China, December 16, 2011 ( – Famed Batman star Christian Bale is making headlines after he traveled nine hours from Beijing to visit blind forced abortion opponent Chen Guangcheng. The actor never got the chance, however, as he was roughed up and forced away from …read more|en savoir plus

Matt Gurney: 18 years of oppression is enough for one abortion protester

Matt Gurney, National Post Dec 14, 2011 Most Canadians would have a hard time identifying with Linda Gibbons. Her life story is unique, to say the least. Born in Alberta, the 63-year-old Toronto woman has spent eight years behind bars since 1994. Her crime: Protesting too close to abortion clinics, in defiance with a …read more|en savoir plus